Ye Olde Irish: The Sippin’ 5 Spots for St. Pattys Day

It’s all about time for tea and shamrock shade cocktails at Mandarin Oriental this weekend. Sip on the Irish Matcha Latte ($16), a blend of Match green tea, milk, Bailey’s and whipped cream while taking in the panoramic vistas of Las Vegas Boulevard. Take in the zen-like atmosphere and focus your inner chi before hitting the strip for late night revelries.No flask sneaking attempts needed into M Casino Resort Spa Casino Rock The Shamrock ($50). This Best St. Patty’s Party value in Vegas will feature over 70 whiskeys and a cigar terrace brought to you by Dewars and Gurkha. If your palate isn’t accustomed, never fear for unlimited specialty cocktails and beers are included as well as inspired culinary creations. More than 2,000 attendees are expected. Doors open at 7pm.

To have your Guiness and eat it too, join in on the emerald fun at Sugar Factor American Brasserie inside Paris. A wee taste of Executive Chef Michael Sellman’s Irish Sandwich with corned beef and cabbage, and Guiness Braised Irish Beef Stew followed by Green Velvet fondue will make your belly feel like a pot o’ gold. Pair with a frothy pint and call it a day.

For an all-you-can luck location head to Mandalay Bay. Nosh on some bangers and mash at Ri Ra while watching the the Six Nations Rugby match. Then join the parade of Irish dancers, bagpipes and more on your way to Moorea Beach Club for the bottomless beer garden and topless everything else. After enjoying live band tunes at Mizuya Lounge through the afternoon polish off the evening with more black and tans back at Ri Ra’s for their one year anniversary party.

Open to all 21+ ages, show off those skills you perfected in undergrad at Green Valley Ranch’s St. Paddy’s Day Beer Pong Tournament. Only $25 for 2 man/woman team with beer chugging included. First prize takes home a Jameson mountain bike, second a Jameson snow board and third table and bottle service for a future show at Ovation. Reservations suggested. Prepare prior at the Lobby bar with Guiness battered onion rings.

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